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When the moon is full the legend comes to life

Feb 11,2010

Hollywood Movies | Drama | Thriller | Horror

Ratings: 5.4 / 10 from

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Length: 102 Minute(s)
Lawrence Talbot, an American man on a visit to Victorian London to make amends with his estranged father, gets bitten by a werewolf and, after a moonlight transformation, leaves him with a savage hunger for flesh.
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nudity A woman's bare back is shown and a small partial amount of one of her breasts can be seen. This is, however, in a non-sexual context.
violence A werewolf runs through a forest towards a group of armed men, falls into the pit the men had dug as a trap, pulls a man into the pit with him and off-screen kills him (we hear bone crunching for about half a second). A werewolf attacks a man and gust him off-screen. A man strapped to a wheelchair is wheeled before a group of men who watch as he transforms into a werewolf and begins to attack the crowd, throwing chairs a waving his claws around. Slicing sounds are heard, although the impact is only shown once. Two werewolves fight, cutting each other with claws. A werewolf tackles a woman to the ground, she holds a pistol to his chest and fires, the bullet is seen going through is back, he collapses, turns into a man and dies A man attempts to kill a werewolf, the werewolf finally bounds away and the man is later seen limping and covered in blood During a hallucination, a man imagines a small creature with pointy fangs attacking him, but awakens and discovers he is alone
profanity Hardly any; a few "damn"s. In the director's cut, sh*t is said three times in a tavern scene, two of them are muffled and barely audible.
alcohol There are at least two scenes involving characters drinking a mild amount of alcohol. Casual drinking only.
frightening Some of the violent scenes mentioned above may shock or frighten, particularly one where a werewolf tears a man's arm off. Viewers may also find the transformation scenes and occasional pop-up scares intense or frightening.

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